Bishop leads Norfolk St. past Florida A&M 95-67
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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Jermaine Bishop hit 4 of 6 3-pointers and scored 20 points and Norfolk State routed Florida A&M 95-67 on Monday night to win its sixth straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Association game.
Joe Bryant Jr. scored 15 points and made four assists and four steals for the Spartans, who shot 58% in the first half and led 42-23 at halftime. Steven Whitley added 11 points and two steals and Kashaun Hicks had nine points with five rebounds.
Rod Melton Jr. scored 14 points and made four assists for the Rattlers (6-12, 4-3), who finished shooting 39% (25 of 57). MJ Randolph had 13 points with four assists and four steals. Evins Desir scored 11 points and Nasir Core had 10.
Norfolk State matches up against NC A&T on the road on Saturday. Florida A&M takes on Bethune-Cookman at home on Saturday.
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Spartans shot 58% in 1st half, 32% for Florida A&M
Updated January 27, 2020